The U.S. Department of Commerce is dedicated to increasing information and communications technologies (ICT) exports. We do this by strengthening the global competitiveness of these industries through industry analysis, trade policy development, trade promotion, and addressing trade barriers. The U.S. Department of Commerce works with businesses that use the digital economy to deliver their products and services. We provide international market research, procurement leads, and trade events tailored to accelerate their international growth.
As one of North America’s premier technology events, Collision will take place between June 20 to 24 and is expected to attract over 33,000 leaders from the technology community, bringing
together over 1200+ speakers, 850+ investors, and 1,250+ start-ups from over 100 countries. The U.S. Commercial Service has partnered with Collision and will bring foreign buyer delegations and U.S. Trade Expert Diplomats to the event. Reach out to us and we can connect you to these global business development opportunities.
Join the U.S. Commercial at Infosecurity Europe in London and showcase your cybersecurity solutions. Seize the opportunity to meet face-to-face with key buyers, potential partners, and customers. Jun
GITEX GLOBAL in Dubai October 2022 is one of the world’s most influential meeting places for the technology industry. With seven shows under one roof, conference programs with over 1000 expert speakers, 4,000 exhibitors and more than 200 government entities from 170 countries, you will be walking alongside tech giants, creative startups, and revolutionary innovators.
The U.S. Commercial Service, the trade promotion arm of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration, is organizing an executive-led Women in Technology (Tech) Trade Mission to France, the Netherlands, and Portugal from Sunday, October 30, 2022, to Saturday, November 5, 2022.
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Singapore aims to generate 100,000 genomes over a 10-year period
Four key pillars, digital infrastructure, digital services and data management, digital skills, and driving digital innovation outline the plan.
The new cybersecurity policy creates business opportunities for suppliers of IT products and services and improves the business climate for U.S. providers.
OHIT’s Team provides industry and trade policy expertise to support U.S. suppliers of the hardware that enables the digital economy. These products range from semiconductors powering electronic devices like phones and computers, to the data center equipment that makes cloud computing possible.
The Office of Digital Services Industries (ODSI) evaluates the global environment for digital services, addresses foreign market trade and investment barriers, and promotes trade policies to increase the global competitiveness of the U.S. digital services industry.
The APEC Cross-Border Privacy Rules (CBPR) System was developed by APEC economies with input and assistance from industry and civil society to build consumer, business and regulator trust in cross-border flows of personal information.